Being bachelors, how often do we find ourselves perplexed over a loose shirt button or trying to match the color of available thread with that of the cloth fabric? Instances when time is of the essence and going out with a broken shirt button is out of the question. Even if one has no time constraints, more often than not, the local tailor is the one we all look forward to.
How about a portable sewing machine that’s built for taking the load off of your mind and sorting a meager issue such as finding the best-matched thread and sewing it in a jiffy? After all, it is not practical to go to the local tailor when you’ve got a jam-packed day ahead.
Designer: Cheolhee Lee, Chaeyeon Lee and Minsong Cho
This handheld sewing machine changes the color of the thread by scanning the fabric on which the button needed to be stitched on. The easy-to-grip shape of the Chameleon Mini is designed keeping in mind modern users who demand minimum hassle in things they own. Apart from doing the simple button stitching tasks, the intelligent sewing machine gives the pattern choice for various apparel.
The trick on this handheld sewing machine resembling a big stapler is the array of four cartridges based on CMYK color that dye the original white thread on the inside depending on the scanned result of the cloth in question. Each one of these cartridges on the front can be easily replaced when the ink levels go down.
The team of designers behind this concept design sees this cool little accessory fit for everyone’s backpack or cabinet box. Men would value this accessory more than anything, especially ones
who are sole souls. Envisioning this cute sewing machine in modern chick colors including orange, blue, purple, or cream is proof enough.